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Fall Home Checklist
It’s a good idea to have your home's chimney inspected and swept before fireplace season gets underway.
If you’ve been thinking of giving the outside of your house a fresh coat of paint, now’s the time to either do it yourself or hire a professional to get the job done before the cold, wet weather kicks in.
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If you have an asphalt driveway, reseal it in the fall when temperatures are between 50 and 70 degrees and no rain is in the forecast. For most areas, that means late September to early October. To start, sweep away dirt, leaves, and other debris from the asphalt, and then pour asphalt sealant 27over the driveway
Windows. Leakage around windows will admit warm summer air and let cooled indoor air escape, so be sure to check that any caulking and weather stripping you have in place has remained intact. “A tight seal is the first line of defense against air and water,” says Marty Davis, marketing manager, Simonton Windows, Columbus, OH. If you experienced condensation inside the glass on double- or triple-glazed windows during the winter months, the weather seal has been compromised, and either the glass or the window will need to be replaced.
Spring-clean your windows—inside and out—with a store-bought or homemade window cleaner (one cup rubbing alcohol, one cup water and a tablespoon of white wine vinegar will work just fine) and either a squeegee or a soft cloth. Never use abrasive cleaners or a high-pressure spray washer. You don’t want to scratch the glass or crack the caulking around each unit. If screens were on all winter, remove and clean them with mild detergent. Lay them on a dry surface, like a driveway to air-dry before putting them back on. “Never power-wash screens,” urges Davis, “it could damage the mesh.”
That stunning fall foliage may look good on the trees in your front yard, but when those leaves drop they can make a mess of your gutters. More than unsightly, leaves and other debris can clog the gutters, posing a real hazard in winter when rain and snow thaw and freeze inside gutters and form dangerous ice dams. Protect your home from damage by removing leaves, sticks, and other debris from gutters now, and consider installing a leaf guard to keep your gutters clean with very little effort on your part.